What Is a DOT Physical?
How To Prepare For A DOT Physical
What Does a DOT Physical Cover?
What Documentation Do I Need To Bring To The Appointment?
The documentation you need for your DOT physical depends largely on your personal health. Everyone who takes a DOT physical must bring a list of their current medications. Include doses and the name of the medical doctor who prescribed them. For any chronic medical conditions you may have, you must bring extra documentation. You should bring anything that will help prove to the medical examiner that you are fit to perform the duties of your job. Here are some examples of documentation and equipment that may be helpful, depending on your health conditions.
CDL Drivers with Vision and Hearing Problems
CDL Drivers with Diabetes
CDL Drivers with Sleep Apnea
CDL Drivers with Heart Issues
CDL Drivers with Lost Limbs
What if You Fail Your DOT Physical?
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Paying for a DOT Physical
What To Bring
- A list of current medications, including doses, doctors names, and addresses
- Any additional medical documentation that might explain your current health
- $99 to pay for your DOT physical
- Glasses, hearing aids or other accessories that will help you pass your examination